Nevada unemployment is a program that can help you get through tough times when you have lost your job and have been laid off. In order to collect Nevada unemployment you must meet to set requirements and submit an application. There are three types of unemployment insurances available in Nevada. They are regular employment which is for when you have only earned wages from working in the state of Nevada. Then there is a federal service or military claim that can be combined with your Nevada wages. There is an interstate claim which is when you are claiming out-of-state wages. And they combined wage claim , which is when you are claiming a combination of both Nevada wages and out of state wages. In this article I am going to cover regular Nevada unemployment.\
You must file an application this can be done online or by mail. I suggest the online application it is much quicker and efficient. Once you have filled out an application you must be available for work which means accepting full-time and part-time work if it is available. You must also continue to actively search for work. You must keep a written record of all of your work search contacts. To be eligible for Unemployment Insurance benefits, you must meet one or the other of the following conditions. You must have base period
1. Equal to or exceeding one and one-half times the high quarterearnings,or
2. Wages in each of at least three of the four quarters in the past base period.Under both conditions, you must earn at least $400 in the high quarter.
Your weekly benefits will be determined by if you are monetarily eligible; your will be 1/25, or 4 percent of your highest quarter earnings. This amount cannot be more than the maximum weekly benefit amount, which is set by law each year, beginning July 1.The total amount of benefits for which you may be eligible will be based on: A maximum of 26 weeks of your full weekly benefit amount is all thatCan be paid in one Benefit Year unless benefits are extended by law.In order to receive your unemployment checks you will have to make sure you file your weekly claims as required this can be done online through Quick Claim.
How long will I receive benefits?
A maximum of 26 weeks of your full weekly benefit amount is all that can be paid in one Benefit Year unless benefits are extended by law.